This new Sony product makes it possible to experience the thrills of a safari without the blazing sun and the mosquitoes. Hakuna Matata, developed for PlayStation 3 with help from National Geographic, allows you to be a National Geographic wildlife photographer. You can sneak around in the tall grass and stay out of sight from your prey while trying to find the right angle to take that money-making shot. Don't forget to load some film or a memory card into your camera, and grab all your photography equipment. In the game, you become a freelance photographer who makes a living taking pictures of local wildlife. Photo requests come via e-mail on your base camp's laptop computer, which also enables you to store photos and shop online for new camera equipment and supplies. Your laptop also contains a field guide with photos and information on the animals that you are taking pictures of. Photo requests will tell you what animal needs to be photographed and what type of shot is required. Once you get the photo, you will be graded on angle, target, distance and technique. Completing a photo assignment gives you a pay cheque that can be spent on getting better camera equipment, supplies and jeep improvements. Movement control is fairly easy to pick up. On foot, you navigate via the left analogue stick and use the right to look around. When controlling a vehicle, you use the triggers for accelerating and braking and the left stick for steering. The most impressive part is the emulation of Sony's own Alpha line of Digital Single Lens Reflex cameras, lenses and camera controls. The game's camera works like the real product and makes for good training. The Hong Kong version of the game is available in both English and Chinese.